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Chargers newest vocalist, Ken Veal

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When talking about a nose tackle, most will picture a hard-nosed, disciplined player who has nary a moment for laughter. They are the pluggers in the middle of a line of mammoths and they are defined by their outward scowls. Enter Ken Veal, the most jovial lineman of his time. An undrafted free agent signed by the San Diego Chargers out of Georgia, Veal is the antithesis of a typical nose tackle – off the field.

On the field, Ken Veal enjoys the same things as all of his peers. He wants to stick the center and guard to free up penetration lanes for his linebackers. It isn't all about the linebackers as Veal pitches in too. As a senior at Georgia, Veal collected 43 tackles (19 solo) and had three quarterback pressures. During the Georgia Tech game, Veal brought down a season high seven ball carriers... Recommended Stories

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